Mashable
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If actress Emilia Clarke is only taking on projects shrouded in secrecy, she certainly knows how to pick 'em. The 30-year-old actress will soon return to our TVs as aspiring queen Daenerys Targaryen, but she's also up to her eyes in unshareable secrets about the untitled Han Solo project. SEE ALSO: 'Game of Thrones' fans need to enroll in this college course right now No one knows anything. No one is told anything. It's all crazy, Clarke told The Mercury News about Game of Thrones' final season, due in 2018. It's a secret from the cast. We generally can't be trusted. They pretty much have told us so. Read more... More about Emilia Clarke , Han Solo , Star Wars , Hbo , and Game Of Thrones
Sky News
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accept the result and there for will want a result of limited effectively and that is putting very strongly to Mrs May, because when you think, should be have Mrs May negotiating with Mrs Barrable, a or Jeremy Corbyn, everybody, pretty much, says they want Mrs May. And there for, I.
Breitbart News
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President Donald Trump discussed his decision to renegotiate NAFTA, admitting that terminating the trade deal would cause too much economic chaos. I decided rather than terminating NAFTA, which would be a pretty big, you know, shock to the system, we will renegotiate,” Trump said. But Trump signaled he was still open to the idea of killing the agreement, if he couldnt get a good deal from Mexico and Canada. “If Im unable to make a fair deal for the United States, meaning a fair deal for our workers and our companies, I will terminate NAFTA,” he said. “But were going to give renegotiation a good, strong shot. Trump made his remarks to White House reporters during a visit from Argentinian president Mauricio Macri. The president shocked Mexico and Canada after news reports revealed Wednesday that the White House had drafted an executive order to terminate NAFTA.
BBC Two England
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Well, he didn't mean to pot it. He played the safety shot and it's a pretty good one. Have a look at that shot! Isn't it amazing. If he had been trying to get.
BBC News 24
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I just wish they were like the rest of America. I have to say, they are exceptional. This is a country that is so severely divided that you would think that people lived on different planets who supported Donald Trump. There is a new poll out which suggests that Tom is pretty representative of a majority of supporters of.
Slate
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Machines made from Legos are often pretty complicated, but the device in this video kicks things up a notch. It’s called the “Rainbow Wave GBC,” and it was created by Berthil van Beek over the course of about 100 hours .
BBC Two England
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Not quite, but with the yellow off its spot, it's a pretty good target those two colours. Tournament safety success rate there:.
The Huffington Post
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This indifference became a flashpoint for Carson’s wife Jeanette (Felicity Huffman), who decided her life was as empty as Carson’s conscience. She eventually left him, only to discover that the prospects for a middle-aged woman to create and support an independent life are pretty much zero. So she moved in with her sister Raelyn (Janel Moloney), whose own husband had recently left and who was also a convicted drug abuser with two very young daughters. Meanwhile, on the other side of town, Nicholas Coates (Timothy Hutton) is trying to hang onto the family furniture company, which was once a gold standard and now can barely turn out enough cheap stuff to compete with foreign manufacturers. Nicholas already was having a chilly time with his wife Claire (Lili Taylor). The new financial pressure helped turn it into a deep freeze, with Nicholas evolving from stressed business owner into a truly vicious ogre.
Techradar
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Acer unveiled a new smartwatch today, called Leap Ware. It's a sleek-looking circular wearable with a fitness focus, and while it's home to what sounds like a capable batch of sensors and promising battery life, it's missing one key thing. That would be Android Wear ; though Acer doesn't explicitly say its new smartwatch lacks Google's wearable OS, it doesn't say it runs it, either. This will likely turn away a number of potential buyers, but the Leap Ware doesn't want you to write it off just yet. The smartwatch runs a MediaTek MT2523 chipset and MT2511 bio-sensing chip, picking up key stats like heart rate, stamina/fatigue levels and how much exposure you've had to ultraviolet rays, Acer says. Leap Ware, then, isn't just a pretty face. The company, which also revealed a new line of Switch 2-in-1 laptops today, says Leap Ware's battery life is three to five days, an impressive feat for any smartwatch.
BBC One East
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critical game? When we struck, I kept on pinching myself. I was pretty ecstatic, I could not believe it happened. It was difficult to hold my emotions in. We have a 50-50 chance to.
Bit Tech Forums
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GPU: Asus Strix 1080 - Not a fan of blowers and have seen that temps with this card are decent. Also the strix has recessed pci-e plugs which help with making it fit in the case. I know the 1070 is better value and has beetter temps but considering the resolution and the fact that I wont upgrade for about 4-5 years again I think it is worth the extra now. Motherboard: Asus ROG Strix Z270l Gaming - all the boards are expensive and I like this one, so that's the only real reasoning in effect here. SSDs: 1 x 500gb 840 evo (from current build), 1x 500gb 850 evo, 1 x 500gb 960 evo m.2 - will use the 960 for OS and apps I use a lot like corel, word, excel etc. All games on the 850 and the 840 for storage. RAM: 16gb Corsair DDR4 Dominator Platinum - RAM is expensive at the moment so for a acouple of pounds extra I though I would get something pretty.
Sky News
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in favour of free trade as long as it is fair, and it has been. In the United States there were a lot of discussion about NAFTA and we are in favour of continuing in NAFTA and we are also in favour of modernization of that agreement, pretty clearly the type of principles around currency.
BBC One Yorkshire
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morning but it doesn't matter, everyone is out supporting us. Yeah, really a nice feeling. And Scott for you, your first one but pretty much on home be turf for day 3 certainly. What do you make of the course? It is a great course again. The designers.
Top Speed
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In case you were unaware, the Shanghai International Automobile Industry Exhibition, otherwise known as the Shanghai Auto Show, is a pretty big deal. An ongoing event since 1985, Shanghai is biennial in its frequency, taking place during odd-numbered years as a counterbalance to the Beijing Auto Show (a.k.a., Auto China) during even-numbered years. With the meteoric rise of international car brands in the Chinese market place, the Shanghai Auto Show has taken on greater and greater importance over the past few cycles, and all the big makes seem to be getting in on the action. And given the nation’s increasing emphasis on electric vehicles and hybrid technology, it should come as no surprise that those in attendance have responded with a slew of electrified concepts. Here are four of the best from this year’s show (plus a limited- run supercar, just because).
Sky News
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another possibility. He is an MEP, been there since 2009 by if he does win this time he is six times. He was accused of being pretty she is the Margaret.
Ars Technica
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Enlarge / Artist's impression of a nomx product under the scrutiny of security researchers. (credit: Aurich/ThinkStock/Nomx) This article was originally published on Scott Helme's blog and is reprinted here with his permission. I was recently invited to take part in some research by BBC Click , alongside Professor Alan Woodward , to analyze a device that had quite a lot of people all excited. With slick marketing, catchy tag lines and some pretty bold claims about its security, nomx claims to have cracked e-mail security once and for all. Down the rabbit hole we go! nomx You can find the official nomx site at nomx.com and right away you will see how secure this device is. The nomx site as it looked prior to the publication of this piece. (credit: nomx ) "Everything else is insecure." Read 88 remaining paragraphs | Comments
Hackaday
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Or, if you search, there are multiple variations on GitHub , some based on later papers. The algorithm isn't foolproof, of course. But the chances of someone trying to unlock your phone randomly having the same pattern is pretty low. Google's guidelines , for example, says the scanner can have no more than a 0.002% false positive rate. If 50,000 people try to unlock your phone, then, you can expect one of them will get in. Of course, if the one that gets in is the first one of the 50,000... maybe you should buy a lottery ticket if that happens. Giving Your Phone the Finger That's how a fingerprint scanner works in a nutshell. Like I said, though, faking out a sensor isn't that hard if you are committed (see the video below) so maybe you shouldn't lock your bank password behind your fingerprint. Despite that, we've' seen fingerprints open garage doors and you can find USB scanners that will work with a Raspberry Pi, if you still want to use this technology.
Techradar
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Forex News DailyFX
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Sky News
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playwright MP and Exeter issuing an appeal to his voters through his local paper to back him rather than a Labour Party. Mr Blair has been pretty candid, he thinks that Jeremy Corbyn is not the next.
Mashable
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Well, Cornerians, it's Star Fox 64 's 20th Anniversary. Somehow we've made it this far with our literal fox-faced friend, through dinosaur planets , clunky third-person shooters, the Wii U one , and a pretty good couple of handheld games (one was more or less a port of SF64 ). But this day isn't about those games. It's about Star Fox 64 , and it's about Star Fox 64 's amazing dialogue and voice over. Yes, yes Do a Barrel Roll and all that, but what really makes the voice acting so special in Star Fox 64 is it's supreme self-awareness and campy fun. With this personality in place, Nintendo crafted a rail-shooter that had that fun Nintendo feel, without sacrificing its sly sophistication. Read more... More about Nintendo , Anniversary , Star Fox , Star Fox 64 , and Video Games
TechCrunch
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If youve ever been driving and wanted to let someone know when to expect you, theres likely been some kind of compromise involved where you broke a few rules and texted while en route. There are more than a few problems with that, however, including how it involves breaking the law, and also how it means that if you encounter any delays, your ETA is pretty much worthless to Read More
BBC News 24
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know much of it, busy all the time with surveillance? Yes, we have at what is now approaching the 20 year point of a pretty high level of risk. 18 years since the first al-Qaeda related plot in 2004 is quite sophisticated.
Washington Free Beacon
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